Rising Star joins partnership at DLA Piper

NZ Lawyer talks to the global firm's newest banking and finance expert

Duncan Cotterill chair on what makes a successful modern law firm

Jonathan Scragg talks about the firm’s 21-year run in Wellington and positive COVID-19-driven changes

Lawyer behaviour to be checked against Lawyers and Conveyancers Act amendments

The new rules take effect on 1 July, and focus on addressing bullying and harassment

Anthony Harper advises Southern Response policyholders to engage a lawyer

Following a court directive, Christchurch homeowners can apply for a huge compensation package through legal representatives

HFW names first sustainability partner, unveils fresh strategy

The new strategy has three core pillars

Bell Gully helps Swedish company score NZ mobile games developer in multimillion-dollar deal

The deal aligns with the company’s strategy to “drive value creation through organic growth and strategic M&A”

HGM welcomes principal to the partnership

The new partner has particular expertise in fintech

Stigma still hinders lawyer wellbeing, IBA reveals

The organisation’s study confirms that lawyers’ wellbeing levels are below the international average

Duncan Cotterill launches Queenstown branch with acquisition of local firm

Three partners have been appointed to head up the new office


If you can understand that headline, you've spent too long at the office

Responsibility lies strictly with firms, which is why addressing the gaps is important, expert says

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

Dr AML explains what to keep in mind to keep deals running as smoothly as possible


The subtleties of trusts and AML/CFT compliance

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

What in-house lawyers should keep in mind facing risk and compliance challenges

LOD’s Louise Unger shares three things in-house legal professionals should always consider

Lessons about national culture and its impact on workplace health and safety in New Zealand

Mai Chen shares insights into how a superdiversity framework can be applied to policy, legislation, and regulation

Fish out of water: When is a boat a ‘building’ subject to the Building Act 2004?

Experts explain why a recent MBIE determination can have implications for any person building a boat and using the structure during construction